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Monument Valley Again

Monument Valley

Monument Valley

Here’s another Monument Valley image made with the Olympus OMD 5.  This image as wells hundreds of my images will be available for sale at special prices at the Gallery Open house at the Stutz Building April 25 and 26, 2014.  Watch my blog for more information.

 


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Been Busy Times

Monument Valley

Monument Valley

Wow, it’s been a little bit of time since I have had a chance to post on the blog.  Sorry about that.  A lot of things going on and other things had taken priorities.  All good stuff, just been very busy.  So let’s get caught up.

Todays image is part of a fun series I did in Monument Valley a while back when testing the Olympus OMD 5.  I used art more and selected a variety of setting to make artsy BWs and Color images in addition to the standard RAWS.  This is a BW of Monument Valley. One of the really pretty spots to visit in this country.

 


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Monument Valley

Monument Valley, Sunset

Monument Valley, Sunset

When I shoot somewhere I always try to se things different and avoid trying to shoot postcard type images.  This is a classic landscape image.  It includes a good foreground, sunset and a beautiful landscape.  This was made in Monument VAlley and shot with a Phase One IQ180 at sunset.  Gotta love the dynamic range.


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Another What Is It

This is the side of a mountain near Chamonix, France

This is the side of a mountain near Chamonix, France

Sometimes if you don’t see the whole you are wondering what you are looking at.  I shot this from the top of the alps above a small village of Chamonix.  The Alps are incredible and I’ll be shooting some more this fall in the Dolomites, Italy.  WHat you are looking at is a side of a mountain loaded with snow.  Some of the snow has broken off and some has suited to make a most amazing pattern and design.  This is what I would call a dynamic landscape as it is always changing.  I might have the only image of this as avalanches and melting or additional snow could have changed its look.


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The Sky Is Bigger Out West

Big Sky in Monument Valley

Big Sky in Monument Valley

I travel many places as you probably know.  I am always amazed how the sky looks so much bigger out west.  Why is that?  Here’s proof.  Shot in Monument Valley.  We were shooting for a while with beautiful blue skies.  This is notwhat a photographer wants, we want nice puffy clouds.  Then within ten minutes this cloud shows up.  Our Indian guides said the called up the cloud god just for us.  Is there such a god?  The guides took credit for the clouds and I’ll take credit for this photo.

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